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Malaysia

Malaysian economy falls in the lower middle-class category, expected to rise into the higher middle class by 2024 with an average growth of 5.4%, since the past 10 years, according to the World Bank. But that is old news, the pandemic has changed everything. After flatlining of the growth graph, Malaysia has been able to pick up again, though the rise is paced and spread thin between its many primary industries.


The government's quick action on short term plans during the sharp slowdown of the economy has cushioned the blow of Covid-19 on the Malaysia economy. The condition is better than most countries who are experiencing a recession. Focus Economics estimates the growth to pick up by 2022. Many GDP reports for 2020 have suggested the target upliftment of lower income households and job recovery in the coming terms to accelerate the economic recovery of Malaysia.


As for the cloud computing sector, it has been a major contributor to the Malaysian economy. Cloud computing has taken over the world in the aftermath of the failing economy due to the pandemic, but Malaysia is one of the countries to adapt to cloud computing early on. The government has played a great role, setting the example for other countries in adopting cloud-based infrastructures.


According to a report published in last quarter of 2020, the government’s cloud-pro stance will propel the growth to its normal position sooner than expected. Stats say 5G will help service providers create revenue opportunities upto MYR 16 billion. Moreover, the ICT sector alone is expected to grow by 9% by 2023 thanks to the government’s plan to expand this sector and invest in its infrastructure under the Smart City project.


Some of the main industries in Malaysia to be expanded under this are AI, cybersecurity, big data, 5G and e-commerce. The fact that Malaysia ranks third around the world in terms of cybersecurity shows the advancement in the ICT sector. The government is further expanding on IoT to create market partnerships and open doors employment opportunities.


This sector itself has seen a great boom with many foreign companies showing interest in Malaysia as their home base due to the stable economy and robust infrastructure. The future economic graph of Malaysia, despite the temporary halt caused by the pandemic, looks promisingly bright, thanks to the joint force of interest and investment by the private and initiative and action taken by the public sector.


How To Set Up A Virtual Private Server (VPS)



Virtual Private Server as the name implies is a private operating system that resides within a parent server using virtualization technology to provide a dedicated resource to other virtual servers.


It effectively duplicates the physical server's main properties in terms of processes and features. Since most web servers operate on Unix-based systems, setting up a VPS can be difficult for most users.


Meaning you will need to use the CLI with commands suited to such systems, which are not like those used on a Windows machine. Here are some steps to follow to get your VPS up and running;


  • First, you need to know how to log into your VPS via a Secure Shell (SSH) access. FTP allows you to upload files to the server but the protocol does not allow you to issue commands to your server. As a result, you'll need to use SSH access, which is a different type of protocol that allows you to connect to remote servers. Your website host should provide you with personalized credentials once you sign up for a VPS plan, which should include:


    • An IP address

    • A username (usually root)

    • A password for the root account

  • If you are using a Unix-based OS, you can connect to your server directly from the command line. Using the provided credentials. However, if you are a Windows OS user, you will need to install an SSH client such as ever trusted “PuTTY”. You need to enter your server’s IP address into the Host Name (or IP address) field and leave the Port setting to the default value of 22.

  • Next, you will need to update your server because it might be outdated security updates or packages at the time of logging into your server. When it comes to any system, it is paramount to keep its components up to date and servers are no exception to this.

  • On a new VPS setup, you start with a root user. However, it is usually a good practice to create another user account with superuser privileges as the root account can cause some severe damage if you are not an experienced user.


    This is due to the fact that a root account has complete access to all of your system's settings, so one wrong move may trigger major issues. Add a new user account with this command “add user new_username” and give it superuser privileges with this: “usermod -aG sudo new_username”.

  • You will need Public key authentication which is a technique that is arguably more secure than regular passwords. With this approach, you generate a pair of ‘public’ and ‘private’ keys.


    Your server will register your public key and use it to authenticate the private key, which will be saved as a file on your computer and accessible only by you.


    You'll need both the private key and a password to log in once you've set up public-key authentication, which greatly improves security. The PuTTYgen app can be used to create SSH keys in Windows.

  • Finally, to ensure the security of your server, a firewall needs to be activated. This can be done using the iptables program, which allows you to set up rules that restrict traffic traversing your server. As a result, several attacks can be avoided and it's just a one-time setup operation, so it's best to get started right away.


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